Debuted with great acclaim aboard Sirena in 2016, The Bistro is being introduced aboard our other five ships – Regatta, Insignia, Nautica, Marina and Riviera. Offered every day during lunch at The Grand Dining Room, you can enjoy cherished lunchtime staples from The Grand Dining Room that are “always available”, along with daily-changing regional specialties on the new The Bistro menu.

A sampling of some of Jacques Pépin’s favorite bistro-style dishes like the crisp Salade Niçoise and a warm Croque-Monsieur accompanied by the perfect glass of wine such as a refreshing Coteaux du Languedoc rosé offer the perfect way to be French for the afternoon, anywhere in the world over.

Big, Bold Flavors From Around The Globe
Lunchtime at The Bistro also offers 14 new Taste of the World selections from Cuba, Mexico, Scandinavia, Italy, Asia, Greece, France, Lebanon, Spain, Morocco, England, Philippines, the Caribbean, and India. Each Taste of the World dish offers a selection of six different local or regional specialties that have been inspired by our culinary team member’s roots and their travels, and can be ordered as an entrée or as an appetizer that is perfect for sharing. Some of the more off-the-beaten-path dishes that guests will find include pickled vegetables and roasted lemongrass chicken from the Philippines, lamb kefta from Lebanon, aubergine chickpea salad from Morocco, and marinated herring with polar bread from Scandinavia.

“The Bistro offers the ultimate combination of lunchtime Grand Dining Room classics that our guests have known and loved and is now infused with Jacques Pépin’s hallmark specialties from France and around the world, to create an afternoon experience that will become an instant favorite,” stated Bob Binder, President & CEO of Oceania Cruises.

The Bistro is currently available aboard Insignia and Riviera and will be available aboard Regatta, Nautica, Marina, and Sirena by the end of March 2018. View sample menus here.

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